Arts and Culture

Webber Gallery

Located at the Ocala Campus, the Webber Center Gallery provides a nucleus of arts and cultural programs for students, faculty and the community.

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The 1,965-square-foot exhibit space was built to the specifications of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Services so that it qualifies for many of their traveling exhibitions, as well as those of a number of other high-quality traveling exhibition companies.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Closed Friday through Sunday and on college-observed holidays. Admission to exhibits and receptions is free.

Over the last decade, the gallery has hosted a number of SITES exhibits but has also developed exhibits of its own such as the Student Juried Show, Biennial Faculty Exhibition, Extreme Pressure Biennial of American Prints, and Trains at the Holidays.

The gallery was completed in summer 1995 through the generous contributions of Frank and Gladys Webber, and continues to showcase various exhibits throughout the year.

For more information, call 352-873-5809 or e-mail

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Call for Entries

Visual arts and digital media students are invited to submit their work for display at the Annual Student Art Exhibition. To submit artwork for consideration in this exhibit, download and digitally fill out the form attached below. Once completed, this form can be sent via email to the Webber Gallery at All applications and artwork are by 4 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19 in the Webber Gallery. Once pieces are selected and judged, there will be an opening reception on Wednesday, March 27, at 12:30 p.m. The exhbition will be open to the public for viewing Monday, March 25-Tuesday, April 30. We look forward to showcasing your work at the 2024 Student Art Exhibition! If you have any questions, you can reach the Webber Gallery at 352-854-2322, EXT. 1664, or email at

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Large Crucifixon by Georges Rouault

Current Exhibit

“Seeing Christ in the Darkness”

“Seeing Christ in the Darkness: Georges Rouault as Graphic Artist,” an exhibition featuring a variety of graphic works by Georges Rouault (1871-1958), the 20th century master expressionist painter and printmaker. The exhibition will be on display Jan. 8-March 17 and features 18 original etchings from the artist’s renowned Miserere Series, as well as additional etchings, lithographs and wood engravings from the Fleurs du Mal (I and II) and the Passion Series.

The works on display are from The Bob and Sandra Bowden Collection of Chatham, Massachusetts, a substantial collection built over many years and many trips to Europe. Sandra Bowden will visit the Webber Center and Gallery on Wednesday, Jan. 17, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. She will participate in a question-and-answer forum with Professor Tyrus Clutter about the content and style of Rouault’s work. Professor Clutter will also hold a gallery talk delving into the layers of Georges Rouault’s artistic perspective, offering an in-depth exploration into the connection between his work and religion. This talk will be held in the gallery on Feb. 4 and 25, and March 3 and 10 from 2-3 p.m.

All of these sessions are free and open to the public.

The exhibition will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 8, through Sunday, March 17.